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Xpressed as christian socialism Karl Lueger the new left GOT EXPRESSED AS NATIONALISM GEORG VON SCHOENERER BOTH BROUGHT expressed as nationalism Georg von Schoenerer Both brought anti Semitism which beget Zionism through a pretty interesting path of Theodore Herzl Nationalists were threatening the unity of the mpire through disintegration Zionists through secession All in conflict with paleo liberals o Ringstrasse through history preserving communitarian Otto Wagner and history rejecting functionalist Smitte Both left their marks on architecture arly and luckily neither one took his vision to its full fruition as most their later and radical designs never made
it past proposal state o Klimt and Kokoschka transitions are covered brilliantly Klimt past proposal state o Klimt and Kokoschka transitions are covered brilliantly Klimt Secession soft conflation of subject and object passion when depicted is depersonalized Kokoschka and Expressionism rejects traditional cult of beauty in favor of truth The truth is a fully subjective xpression of author s And the Miss Ran Away with the Rake emotional inner self which has little to do with objective reality And so Klimt is confused about reality while Kokoschka refuses to deal with it Of course today our world is full of Kokoschkas who are convinced that the vision of their subjective inner self IS in fact reality o Essay on Freud was the weakest part of the book The metaphor of the garden in the last 2 chapters was fine for the most part but crumbling badly at thedges On the other hand nice finish with Arnold Schoenberg freeing music from the oppressive hierarchy of diatonic scale by introducing democracy of tonalities And through the absence of hierarchy at the bottom he gives us a meta Trickle Down Tyranny: Crushing Obama's Dream of the Socialist States of America emergent order on top Is he seeding the roots for Ludwig von Mises and Austrianconomics here Schorske unites here seven previously published or written The Pocket Wife essays linked thematically by political and cultural developments in late 19th century Vienna the failures of liberalism the burgeoning of anti Semitism the creation of psychoanalysis the oedipal rebellions of later artists such as Oskar Kokoschka and Arnold Schoenberg against the previous rebellers Gustav Klimt architect Otto Wagner Hugo von Hofmannsthal whose art had arrived at a comfortable compromise with bourgeois aesthetics This 1981 paperbackdition contains both white and white illustrations and color plates This collection of The Color of Our Sky essay s that all shed a different light on Vienna in the second half of the 19th century touched me in several waysFirst Schorske is able to give cultural analyses of artists politicians and scientist and thereby communicating a certain zeitgeist A zeitgeist that values aestheticism and introspection but at the same time a time where irrationalmotional mass politics are ntering the stage and where the old ar. 級自由主義秩序；在文化上，則是反對資產階級庸俗的文化。他們從政治界退縮，轉而投入於藝術面來寄託自己的靈魂。休斯克就是想從這些人轉變時所呈現出的「共同特質」，來看出一個「歷史趨勢」，那就是從十九世紀中葉到二十世紀初，整個奧匈帝國的政治氣候與文化氣氛?. I found this book off putting and though the author is normously learned I feel the book is somewhat overrated I Obsession ended up skimming vast tracts of it hence the category i get the picture instead of read and this after several failed attemptsven at starting itPart of the problem is me I know very little about this period as fascinating as it obviously is and have had difficulty reading the few literary works I ve tried though that clearly is something I plan to continue working on German is a VERY I plan to continue working on German is a VERY language for me literary german is incomprehensible and to approach authors like Musil and Broch in translation is Cabaret: A Roman Riddle especially challengingBut as to Schorske he himself is neither fish nor fowl He is not an historian or by his own admission anxpert on Austria he is not an art historian or literary historian or literary critic he is a cultural historian and that I m afraid to say means that he has only a mish mash of a method It is uite rudite and rotund rhetorical lots of adjectives many of them signifying little or nothing but I never felt I came away having been given analytical insight into any of the figures I was reading about In other words for all the work at reading this I got little nourishment and ffectively decided to move onI know that my views on this book will ither strike others as foolish or ven MARK me and my limitations for all to see and I accept that This IS one of the biggest gaps in my knowledge and possibly I d have a favorable view of this book if I knew about itI ve got two on deck and would welcome any further suggestions I don t yet know what to make of this book All Roads Lead Home except that I loved it I m going to have to think about it a bit Before I turned my focus towards Gauguin I began with a survey of Gustav Klimt s artwork Carl Schorske is most likely the ultimate scholar on fin de siecle Vienna and providesxcellent background intimate details regarding daily life city buildings and analyzes Klimts work as well as Egon Schiele and Oscar Kokoshka in xcellent intricacy gustav klimt haunts my dreams in the moistest of ways I keep on coming back to this book as source of my fascination with the birth of Modernism Schorske s book is a series of interconnected ssays that can be read as stand alone ssays though best if read in order The prose is a dense though Schorske seems to cover very applicable topic politics art social movements high culture low culture The Mephisto Threat (Paul Tallis etc Everytime I read anssay in this book I have to get my graduate school mind back Not for the beach I read this as part of the Literary Cityscapes course Fin De Siecle Vienna in The Basic Program at the U of C Schorske provides a thorough overview of the culture of. 內容簡介十九世紀末的維也納，空氣中瀰漫著對於社會與政治將形解體的震顫，時下的思想創新者 表現在音樂與哲學上、經濟學與建築上，當然還包括了精神分析 都想與那些曾培育他們成長的十九世紀自由主義文化劃清界線。本書作者卡爾‧休斯克運用佛洛伊德的精神分析來析?.
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#POLITICS THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RINGSTRASSE AND THE IMPACT #the importance of the Ringstrasse and the impact Freud The importance of culture for literature and the rest of art is brilliantly propounded in this influential book My favorite discussion is that of the coffeehouse culture which was a veritable hothouse for new ideas This book is the place to start for an understanding of the culture of this ra This reads like a collection of topical to start for an understanding of the culture of this ra This reads like a collection of topical than a book because in fact it was precisely that The chapters were written as individual studies not all at the same time and later compiled into this book As a result it is not always intellectually smooth but many of the chapters are brilliant and Schorske has unusually vivid prose for an academic In the twentieth century Europe tried to assert independence from its past self defining Modern as the antithesis of ancient in this sense modernity is characterized as a sense of one s timehistorylife as different from all that has gone before Hence one of the tropes of this period was the search for new self definitions Individuals and
groups alike sought for new identities and systems of belief The weakening authority of historyalike sought for new identities and systems of belief The weakening authority of history up the process of change as it liberated people to create new forms The social and political disintegration of Vienna created a particularly fertile and ahistorical culture Books like these tend to fail and fail uite badly Fusing politics art and history without overplaying one of the areas superficially brushing over another or stitching together a flavorless vignette of second rate ideas is surprisingly hard to do And yet Schorske succeeds uite nicely and in Just Cause eight related butssentially standalone ssays he paints a portrait of the Austro Hungarian mpire from its optimistic classical liberal inspired beginnings to a rather inglorious decline As points of stability were roded in the areas of politics art and culture the psyche of the nation was disintegrating along with the rest of it Ironically and perhaps intentionally Schorkse doesn t mention the obvious impact of the Great War and instead shows us the mpire that was ultimately doomed with or without 1914 ventsRest are notes to self o Reading about classic liberalism being torn apart by nationalism socialism anarchism anti Semitism and Zionism made me wonder if it is fundamentally unstable Once you open up the democratic franchise it is difficult to impose constraints that would keep the nation well governable Sure Fukuyama keeps finding xamples which xhibit a balance of accountability law and competent bureaucracy but they all seem transient Taleb s localism is perhaps the best hope here o In Vienna the old right got ??十九世紀末維也納的文學家、建築師、畫家、音樂家從童年到成年的成長經驗，研究他們的作品（詩、小說、建築、畫作、音樂）中所透露的感傷與期望。休斯克發現，十九世紀末的維也納知識分子呈現出一種驚人的同質性，他們都在「反叛父親」。反映在政治上，是反對資產階.